This is an original 24”x48” oil painting on canvas - my largest painting to date. She is gallery-wrapped and the sides are painted black, so you do not need to frame this piece. She has hanging hardware attached and is ready-to-hang.
This is my interpretation of the Egyptian goddess Nut (pronounced newt) - the goddess of the sky, celestial bodies, mothers, astronomy, and the universe. She was often depicted as a nude woman covered in stars and arching protectively over the Earth. I wanted to paint her in a way that conveyed our human connection to space and our long history of fascination with the heavens. Earlier this year (2019) I spent a day at the Space Center in Huntsville, Alabama, and it reminded me of my childhood fascination with space. It isn’t something I often paint these days, even though I painted space scenes a lot as a child. We’re so fortunate that we live in a time where we no longer have to look to the sky and wonder, instead we have libraries of thousands of photographs to help us fill in the blanks.
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